A St. Marys couple is behind bars after their four children failed to show up to school for months on end, according to the St. Marys Police Department.
The investigation started in February 2017. A school social worker, identified as Dr. Bianca Booker, notified the St. Mary’s Police Department about four students enrolled at Crooked River Elementary School who had “an excessive amount” of unexcused absences and tardies, according to the arrest warrant.
Booker told police that she made several home visits that spanned for months to try and find out why the students were absent, offered the family assistance to help solve the problem, as well as had the mother, identified as Stephanie Cain, attend an attendance panel where she signed a statement promising to fix her children’s absence problem.
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